• December 2010

    On January 13th, the seven-year-old Computer History Museum will open its first truly full-blown permanent exhibit:, the 25,000-square-foot, $19 million "Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing.

  • December 2010

    Steve Wozniak spent Thursday morning right where he belongs: at Mountain View's Computer History Museum. If it weren't such a cruel notion, the museum should put him in a glass case and add him to its new, $19 million makeover, set to open next month. The Woz is a treasure, a genuine Silicon Valley article and a fascinating artifact in his own way. Which is how he does things -- in his own way.

  • December 2010

    Mountain View, California (CNN) -- The world has mostly caught on to Steve Wozniak's vision of having a computer in every home. But this digital lifestyle can sometimes turn rotten, he said last week.

  • December 2010

    Long ago, two teenagers named Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak met in California, and to make a long story short ... now we can't put down our iPhones. "The Woz" is one of the founders of Apple and a legend in computing. We've invited Steve to play a game called "This apple don't need no Genius Bar." Three questions about actual apples.

  • December 2010

    Steve "Woz" Wozniak, the inventor of the personal computer and Apple Computer Inc. co-founder with Steve Jobs, knows something about innovation. The 60-year-old Californian created the Apple I and Apple II more than 30 years ago as an engineer at Hewlett- Packard. Woz left Apple shortly after the company went public, but remains an active inventor and philanthropist. However, Woz isn't all work and no play. He dated comedienne Kathy Griffin and appeared on "Dancing with the Stars."

  • October 2010

    Apple co-founder and Gizmodo Spiritual Mascot Steve Wozniak made a hilarious appearance on last night's Big Bang Theory. Here's what he had to say about Steve Jobs, black turtlenecks and Apple II.

  • October 2010

    Many Mac enthusiasts may not be aware of this, but Steve Wozniak, creator of the Apple II and co-founder of Apple Computer, loves music. Steve Wozniak has spent millions of dollars of his personal fortune to back concerts and musicians since the founding of Apple.

  • October 2010

    Steve Wozniak, spoke to a group from Boston Scientific in Washington DC.

  • September 2010

    What do you get when you cross ultra-creative cartoonist Len Peralta and 52 influential geeks of various disciplines? Answer: A set of trading cards, featuring adored nerds like Wil Wheaton, Weird Al Yankovic and Steve "Woz" Wozniak.

  • August 2010

    La primera vez que supe de él fue en un documental llamado “Piratas de Silicon Valley”, en donde se asegura que Wozniak –iWoz para los cuates—es el verdadero inventor de la computadora personal.